Dior Sheet Masks

I was all ready to say don’t waste your money (all £110 for 6… I know.. ) because I’m not a fan of sheet masks in general and didn’t have high expectations of these. However, while I think £110 is extortionate and basically bonkers, they’re definitely on another level for the product type. What I can’t stand about a sheet mask is the cold, clammy feel of them and the fact that due to their high water level content, my skin ends up feeling a bit dry once it’s evaporated. With the Dior Prestige Exceptional Regenerating Firming Mask, to give it its full title, this doesn’t happen. Although water is the first ingredient listed on the line-up, it does feel like there is more richness in the formula than usual. Second ingredient, by the way, is polyglycerin-3.

Because the mask infusion is more creamy than I’ve previously experienced, it’s also not as cold, and it has a beautiful rose fragrance, so sensorily, it’s more generous. The claims are to resculpt and ‘lift’ the face which it didn’t, but also to give more elastic and radiant skin, which it did. The hydration lasted pretty much all day and it felt as though I’d applied moisturiser even though I hadn’t.

So, yes, it’s a great mask for its type but I think I’d need a lot more convincing to part with £110 of my own money for these. The Dior Prestige Exceptional Regenerating Firming Masks launch in February, but just in case you’re tempted, Escentual has the Dior Prestige Satin Revitalizing Firming Sheet Masks (same price) HERE and I can’t really tell that there is much difference between the two.

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